Let your companion spend the day with us to release some of that energy. Your dog will enjoy playtime with other dogs of similar size/temperament and will return home tired and happy.
Not sure how your dog will do in daycare? Ask for a free trial and get 4 hours of free daycare on your pup’s first visit!
Surf City Pawille has a giant indoor play room combined with great play yards. We also have daycare staff on duty Monday – Saturday (and half days on Sunday) to coordinate daycare play groups.
Our play groups are well regulated to ensure everyone comes home healthy and happy. We combine pets of similar size and temperament in smaller groups that are always closely attended by experienced staff members. Additionally, we only permit dogs that have been spayed or neutered to play. Last of all, our staff members are routinely given Pet First Aid & CPR classes to ensure they understand animal health and safety.
We require the following vaccines for our daycare pups:
Although our boarding dogs get complimentary playtime out in the play yard alone or with friends , they still spend most of their time in the comfort of their own townhome/private yard. If your pup is sociable and has lots of energy to burn, we encourage you to let them play with the daycare dogs all day long for an additional $8/half day.
Half Day $15 (7am-1pm or 1pm-7pm)
1 Day Pass $25
10 Day Pass $220 ($22/day)
30 Day Pass $600 ($20/day)
Add daycare to boarding $8/half day
military discount 10% (must show military ID)
Daycare passes are non-refundable (unless we remove your dog from the daycare program)
We require, rabies, distemper, and bordetella (administered by a veterinarian).
Un-spayed female dogs up to 6 months of age may still engage in group play. Un-neutered male dogs up to 1 year may engage in group play. However, at the first sign of unaltered canine behavior (including heat cycle, excessive humping, aggression, etc.), that dog is cut off from group play immediately, regardless of age.
We have an indoor play room we use for inclement weather. However, most daycare dogs spend most of their time out in our play yards.